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growing economy this year. it is because of its rapidly growing gaming industry. >> it has been called the las vegas of the east. there are comparisons. equal doses of glitz and glamour. most of nevada's major players have staked their fortunes here. rightly so. in just a decade, macao eclipsed the world as the place for gaming. not to be outdone, and hong kong billionaire is expanding his casino resort. with the gaming revenues on the island and expected to double by 2015, he has big plans. >> we will have 10 million square feet of space is. we should be one of the top casino resorts in the world. >> 0.3 billion sanders is credited for being macao financial fortune. junket operators use slick advertisers lure high rollers to vip rooms. there are tiny state officials who use macau to launder millions in illicit earnings. it is something operators do not like talking about. >> it is hard for me to say if there are such people. i do not know. most people are above board and follow the law. >> casino executives admit a crackdown. enforcement is attracting -- attracting more of the country
president obama's speech in las vegas today calling for a sweeping change on immigration. they told him not to announce his own legislation. bipartisan talks on the issue have been that sensitive. "the washington post" says the president does have a plan and that it's more liberal than the bipartisan effort in the senate including a path to faster citizenship for illegal immigrants. yesterday a team of eight senators, four from each party, unveiled their first step toward immigration overhaul. conservatives aren't happy with it, rejecting it as a form of amnesty. as for why lawmakers are tackling the issue now -- >> elections. elections. the republican party is losing the support of our hispanic citizens, and we realize that there are many issues in which we think we are in agreement with our hispanic citizens, but this is a pre-eminent issue. >> house lawmakers are said to be work on a by par san plan of their own, but they're said to not be as far along as they are in the senate. >>> meanwhile brazilian police have made more arrests. two of the men arrested on monday are owners of the
kris and bruce jenner. someone made a prank call, so all the authorities show up at the mansion in l.a. on friday. there was not a hostage crisis or shots fired. kim tweets, these prank calls are not funny. i hope they find out who is behind this. it's dangerous and not a joke. so kim is very upset. but bruce got over it pretty quickly. the kardashians are -- >> they love the publicity. >> they're always tv ready. so put the authorities in l.a. on a real case, like finding bruce's original face. >> i would agree with you on that. >> that's the mystery that needs to be solved. >>> we were talking a lot about oprah winfrey -- you're terrible! >> take it easy, bruce. take it down, buddy. >> he does look like somebody pulled the back of his head. any way, lance armstrong, we were all watching that interview, i think, last week on thursday night. but apparently not as great ratings as oprah had hoped. thursday night on "own," it attracted just about 3.2 million viewers. usually she gets about 6 million viewers. when whitney houston's daughter was also interviewed, they got 3.5 million. so s
with your fake calls. put the authorities in l.a. on a real case, like finding bruce's original face. >> i would agree with you on that. >> that's the mystery that needs to be solved. >>> we were talking a lot about oprah winfrey -- you're terrible! >> take it easy, bruce. take it down, buddy. >> he does look like somebody pulled the back of his head. >> he looks like skeletor with botox. >> any way, lance armstrong, we were all watching that interview, i think, last week on thursday night. but apparently not as great ratings as oprah had hoped. thursday night on "own," it attracted just about 3.2 million viewers. usually on her syndicated show she got about 6 million viewers. so almost half. when whitney houston's daughter was also interviewed, they got even more viewers, 3.5 million. so she's a little disappointed i would imagine. but i think 3.2 million viewers, when you can't find where the channel is, it's pretty darn good. >> every news organization on the planet was trying to get the lance armstrong interview and it's still oprah, she still got it. >> she's still the oracle. as far
now. call the number on your screen now! ♪ liz: good afternoon, everybody. i am liz claman. live from the floor from the consumer electronic show here in las vegas. we have a rally in the markets. coming up, paul otellini. a dow component that is in many of your portfolios. he just announced at the end of last year that he would be stepping down as ceo. he talked to a lot of analysts. we have an exclusive interview with paul otellini. the first that he has given since that announcement in his last year as ceo of intel. we will ask him about what characteristics they do ceo has to have at intel to take them into the future. also, coming up, tim tebow. when this guy, the heisman trophy winner in the nfl quarterback, everyone drops to their knees and does that tebow thing. we will speak to him about how money endorsement request he gets a year. yes, do not worry, i will ask him where his next team maybe if he leaves the jets. a lot of people said he would. i heart competition. we will be asking about bona fide, groupon, there is so many groups out there. incredible competition. let's tak
. her brother, 17-year-old la lavanion. he was only there for a week. the 300 block. the neighbor was one who made the call. >> i heard a woman just screaming and crying and screaming and yelling. he told me, don't go over there because he's dead and, you know, in a bad way. >> reporter: deputies found lavanion with multiple gunshot wounds and one trying to save his life. >> deputies attempted cpr, but medical personnel pronounced the suspect deceased. >> reporter: he was smart and athletic and believes this was a mistake because he was new to the area. >> i know it happened for nothing, basically somebody just got the wrong thing, got it confused. he's not from out here. >> reporter: the family had a rough year. someone shot into their house. the family tried to transfer out of murin city, but they could not move. the sheriffs say they don't have a suspect description at the time. cbs5. >> muran county is hosting the gun buyback program next week. people from sonoma and san francisco will get $200 for a semiautomatic handgun or long gun. ot
much more coming up at 5:45. >>> new this morning an alarming wakeup call in the south bay. ktvu janine de la vega is in san jose where police suspect someone set a house on fire. janine. >> reporter: we're here in willow glen. this neighborhood is a safe neighborhood. looks like an upper middle class neighborhood. two and a half hours ago police and firefighters were called here to this house because it appears that somebody set the door of the house on fire. i don't know if you can tell there it's a little dark but the door is discolored. that is because it has been blackened from the fire. firefighters were called here for a report of a house on fire. when they arrived they found the front door in flames. it was quickly extinguished and the three people inside were unharmed. they determined somebody threw a flammable liquid on the door and then they it will it on fire. >> they were kind of shaken up over the ordeal. this is something that is not normal and they don't know why it happened to them. and they were sleeping at the time. they woke up to a small commotion like a bang on the
. >> happening now. president obama is expected to leave the white house to travel to las vegas and that's ere he will lay out his vision for immigration reform. he is calling for a pathway citizenship for the illegal immigrants and more effective mechanisms for employers to verify a worker's status. it comes after a bipartisan group of workers created a frame work for 11 million people living here illegally in the u.s.. it happened today in washington d.c.. senate expected to confirm john kerry as secretary of state. confirmation hearings went well. president obama nominated the massachusetts senator to replace outgoing secretary of state hillary clinton. with kerry's confirmation all but assured. secretary clinton will officially leave her post at the state department by this friday. >> steve ballmer is distancing his group that is trying to buy the sacramento king and move to seattle. microsoft is not taking part in the group trying to buy the cimmings. ballmeris involved as a individual and not microsoft ceo. there was controversy when the state was asked to review the business relationship i
. ♪ and it's beautiful the consumer electronics show in las vegas is about the latest for consumers, but it's also where small companies can make a big splash. that's happening with a small utah company called hzo. marc saltzman, a tech contributor from usa today, joins us. mark, i have to ask you, you showed us yesterday about this technology, a thin coating that protects electronics from water being applied to a sony phone. is sony's agreement with hzo exclusive so far as you know? > > so far as i know it is not hzo's technology that sony is using, it's their own proprietary way of protecting the circuitry, and they have got tempered glass on both the front and the back of their android z - their xperia z smart phone is what you're referring to - and it does allow you to submerge it in water for up to 30 minutes, and that is good news for people who have accidently dropped their phone in a toilet or the sink. but hzo is a separate company altogether that i believe is inking deals with various smartphone manufacturers, and that does apply a thin coating to the internal circuitry of smart p
. some of these protestors said they were angry at the former police chief of l.a. and new york for standing by the controversial police policy called "stop & frisk." >> i'm sorry that any police department in america that tries to function without some form of "stop & frisk" or whatever terminology they use is doomed to failure. >> reporter: "stop & frisk," staunchly defended by bill bratton in a cbs 5 interview yesterday is validated by the u.s. supreme court that says if an officer has reasonable suspicion that someone is engage in criminal activity, then the officer has the right to stop and search that person. >> for new city to say they don't do stop and friction, i'm sorry they don't know what the hell they are talking about. >> it's like chasing your tail. >> reporter: this civil rights attorney says oakland as tried "stop & frisk" in the past and went too far. siegel claims that's why the police department is now being overseen by a federal judge. >> it's the very same kind of tactic. it's very ayes, sirrive on- street policing directed
work? snaking our way through the consumer electronics show in las vegas, we couldn't help but notice so much of the new technology focuses on the new you. that fork called the happy fork. >> it's thought to tell you to got -- to eat more slowly. >> reporter: it tells you to eat more slowly. where are you from? >> from paris. >> reporter: paris, so you come up with this in france where you eat cheese and winement it measures the length of your meal, the number of times you bring it to your mouth and how long you break in between fork loads. it's vibrating already. turns out i was eating too fast, not to mention talking with my mouth full. joanna stern, abcnews.com technology editor right there with us. so what does it want me to do? >> it wants you to slow down. >> reporter: so i did. it's not vibrating now. so i slowed down, and it's happy with me now. >> it's actually called the happy fork. >> reporter: apropos. i put this on my forehead. the next item they tried to convince of on was spree. you put it on your forehead. how is my heart rate? 75. my heart rate is dropping as i check
itself, and come pick me up. guess what? no one is driving that car. this is coming from audi called piloted parking and prom yigs it before the end of the decade this, is joannea stern, abc news, las vegas. >> because we all need a vibrating fork. now what about the one that's we already have? coming up at 4:55 abc 7 news reporter has more on gadget fatigue, why people may not be upgrading. >> target popular holiday price patching -- matching promise is becoming a year round thick. they sofr offered a price matching guarantee that proved to be popular with consumers who turned to the web to compare prices between big box retailers. the move follows a disappointing holiday shopping season. the company blamed more competition from online retailers for a dip in sales. >> apple ceo looking to build on the company's presence oversee saes and good news if you're worried about losing your luggage when you travel. >> emily chang is here with this afternoon's after the bell report. hi, emily. >> good afternoon, larry, carolyn. apple ceo tim cook is in china today meeting with the head of the
show you a better glimpse of him. they are also hoping that people call into the police department for with tips if they have any information 0en this case -- on this case. janine de la vega, ktvu channel 2 news. >> thank you, janine. >>> the president is expected to outline several executive actions he can take without congressional approval and then he will lay out the measures he wants congress to tackle. the president is expected to call on congress to ban assault weapons and limit high-capacity ammunition clips. coming up at 7:15, we'll have a live report from our washington, d.c. newsroom with a special guest who will money the -- join the president as he makes his announcement this morning. >>> developing news out of london, england this morning. a helicopter crashed on a crowded street right during rush hour. ryan flores live in our newsroom now to show us these incredible pictures and tell us what happened. >> we've been following this story all morning long. at the time of the crash, it was very foggy. the pilot tried to land at a nearby airport but he didn't make it. of
. why should you leave your chair? let the map come to you on this morning show called "good >> and we are live on the las vegas strip. i'm in a warm sweater that josh doesn't like, lara. back to you. >> i think you look absolutely perfect, sam. thank you so much. can't wait to talk to you about miss america, coming up. >>> here's a look at what's coming up on our "morning menu." get ready to meet the amazing miss montana. she has autism. and she is awesome. >>> and coming up, supermodel iman revealing her makeup magic. >>> plus, a special "deals & steals." it's a beauty edition to jumpstart your january. all that and, ryan gosling is coming up, ladies. all live on "gma" from times square. introducing coffee-mate natural bliss. ♪ made with only milk... cream... a touch of sugar... and pure natural flavors. ♪ who knew being natural could be so delicious? coffee-mate natural bliss. from nestle. add your flavor naturally. coffee-mate natural bliss. from nestle. living with moderate to semeans living with pain.is it could also mean living with joint damage. help relieve the pain and st
-control announcement yesterday, tens of thousands of gun owners stopped and watched from the big gun show in las vegas. and the nra released a letter to the people at the gun show calling this, quote, the flight of the century and also adding i warned you they would come and now it is here. it is not about protecting your children, it is not about stopping crime. it is about banning your guns, period. meanwhile the nra has added 250,000 members since sandy hook. according to u.s. news and world report bringing total membership above four million. year now, president obama addressing the nra's concerned yesterday. >> this will be difficult. there will be pundits and politicians and special-interest lobbyists publicly warning of the tyrannical all out assault on liberty. not because that is true, but because they want to generate fear or higher rating revenue for themselves. behind the scenes they will do everything they can to block any common-sense reform and make sure nothing changes whatsoever. charles: joining us is david keene. fight of the century. is that true? >> that is right. you have a presi
things people get very excited about. there's something called the magic port which shibani joshi will show as later, and wait until you see that. coming up next, live from the consumer electronics show in las vegas, first on fox business interview with the ceo of samsung america, tim baxter. the biggest buzz when it comes to television is the 100 inch behind me. we will show that to you and talk about all from high-definition television which interestingly beat them to the back market. have to put on that. we will talk to tim baxter about that and more live from the consumer electronics show in las vegas. liz: welcome back. let's look at the markets. we are well off of session lows. at below point dow agenda industrials was down 91 points. down give or take 64 and look at the s&p down 6 points but once again fighting back at the moment so we are not quite there yet. but right now as i said we are right here at samsung. everybody is talking about smart phones and wireless, it is television sets that always draw absolutely huge crowds. but before the show began a blog for a live wi
of the story at 7:30. >>> an alarming wakeup call to a family in san jose. they woke up to flames. janine de la vega is live at the scene. you say police think this is deliberate. good morning, janine. >> reporter: good morning. this is an upper middle-class neighborhood with homes well over a million dollars. for some reason or another, the home right here has been targeted. here you can see yellow paint. this was from an earlier incident. the latest one happened this morning. here you can see in the entryway of this house, it's all black as well as the door. there's smoke damage there. that's because it was lit on fire. police and firefighters came to glenwood avenue at around -- at around 3:00 this morning. they say the husband, wife and adult daughter herd a commotion. they walked out to find their front door was on fire. the homeowner was able to put it out before firefighters arrived. he told us that the morning before his daughter's ford focus was vandalized. the person who did this, apparently they left the screwdriver behind. the homeowner is completely rattled. he didn't want to be id
made the trek to las vegas this week to peek at some cutting edge electronics, some of the buzz this year focused on huge new tv west what is now called ultra hd. as well as bendable smart phones, even driverless cars. cecilia king has been covering it for the washington povments i caught up with her before the convention. welcome back to the program. at the risk of oversimplification, some years at the consumer electronics show are filled with stars of the show, big technological breakthroughs. and some just feature a lot of improvements to things people are already familiar with. what kind of year was this? >> this was definitely a mix of both. there were some familiar technologies that were improved, lots of interesting sort of higher quality release os of tvs and smart phones and tablets. but there were also some really interesting technology showcased that really kind of blew my mind and can blow your mind as a business an a consumer thinking about how a driverless car, for example, or a 3-d print kerr really change your life. >> what's a 3-d printer? >> a 3-d printer takes
.w.a.t. team this morning after a four- hour armed robbery hostage situation down in l.a. the two robbers escaped and they are now on the run. quite a night. it started at this nordstrom rack store around 11 p.m. last night when 911 calls started coming in saying there were armed robbers inside the score. s.w.a.t. teams stormed the mall shutting down the stores evacuating workers. it wasn't until about 3 a.m. they entered nordstrom's and found employees locked in a storage area hiding in bathrooms. police say not clear when the robbers got away. >>> fbi specialists have reached the bottom of another well near linden in the search for more "speed freak" killer remains. officials expected to reach the bottom sooner but found the well was four times as deep as they initially thought. the bottom is covered with water and it sits more than 200 feet below the surface. csi teams will use a pump to remove the water and allow a camera to get a view around before digging any further. >>> california is steaming toward a budget surplus. and maybe for the foreseea
classic. >> exactly. some people do lamb but you do beef. >> shepherd's pie, obviously, la lamb, shepherd in the field. it was originally called cottage pie. we're going to do it with beef today. it's very versatile. today we'll use a little beef chuck to start with here. we're searing it in a pan, almost making like a stew. throw those in there. we'll get it started. get all those veggies in there. we'll cook that down just like a stew. onions, carrots, what else? >> celery, little bit of garlic, red wine in there. >> we say a little. >> yeah, but throw it all in. >> that's what i thought. >> how long does this part of the process last? >> about an hour and a half to cook down. cover it, throw it in the oven. it's simple once you've grouned your beef. >> smells very good. >> you have your braised beef, all your vegetables are cooked down. you kind of tear that apart. nice, tender beef like that. >> falls off. now you're okay with using frozen corn and peas? >> there's not a lot of great stuff out there this time of year, root vegetables, stuff like this. but for a little color and ode to
on "happening now." president unveiling what he calls a $500 million package to launch the most sweeping effort to combat gun violence in the u.s. in nearly 20 years. william la jeunesse has some of the ins and outs at the heart of this heated debate. that's next. jon: as you heard at the top of the hour the president proposes renewing the ban on assault weapons in the united states. the ban covers more than 20 specific types and would outlaw any weapon with more than one military characteristic. what does that mean? william la have. >> necessary with more from los angeles for us. william. >> reporter: jon, explains why many critics say this proposed ban eliminates weapons what they look like, not because they have a record as prolific crime gun. this gun at the top is legal. the customized one below with accessories is not under the new assault weapons ban. they're the same gun. they shoot one weapon at a time. some say the term assault weapon something misleading. >> number one myth has to be they're machine guns. they're not machine guns. these are semiauto. meaning, i pull the trigger one t
's two largest cities over nine years. rates drop from about 90% to 60% in york. the 8 in l.a. they rose from 17% to more than 21% before dropping to around 20%. new york city's health commissioner says he was glad to hear the study results calling them " a big success. >> while the director of a los angeles county's health department says it is not clear why the rate hasbro's. >> we will be back with more on the kron 4 morning news. >> and a reminder to catch dr. phil today at 10:00 a.m. right >> we are back. we're looking for mild weather today. tomorrow things get nice. look at sunday in morningand monday. the next chance of showers may happen on wednesday. we will chat with erica and get a full look at your forecast in a bit. >> a beloved, a longtime advice columnist has passed away. >> martha shade has all your entertainment headlines in today's hollywood minute. >> calling phillips better known as dear abby to the millions of readers per column has died at 94. she suffered from alzheimer's disease. her first column appeared in 1956. she wrote under the pen name abigail van buren. d
of the mass murder of 26 people including 20 children. some people are calling for the building to be demolished. >> japan airlines saying a grounded boeing 787 dreamliner undergoing testing in tokyo is leaking fuel after a fuel leak at a boston airport last week. >> in las vegas the company that owns "the palms" says it will pay $1 million in fines. why? it seems employees were caught providing customers with prostitutes and drugs. >> the united states is out of the top ten when it comes to the happiest countries. last year we were number ten. this year we have slipped to 12. are we just feeling low? we have former chief economist for the united states international trade commission. hello, peter. it is the first time, how does we slip? what did we do wrong? >> welcome buckley said socialism is a system that makes us all equally miserable. welcome to the america of obama. 25-year-old children living with parents, elderly begging for groceries because they cannot afford their own retirement. i am not surprised. things have not been going well the last five years. >> let's pull u
't know kendall-jackson -- >> it's one of those things where we're actually called jackson family wine. so we probably have 25 wineries, so we own wineries like kendall-jackson, like la crema, brands in napa. we also have, you know, wines that we own around the world, as well. so we're a relatively, you know, good-sized family business. >> i only got one question, it's a stupid question, like a lot of them are. so i can buy a pinot with a twist off? how do i get past the idea -- >> i love the twist off. >> i can't do it. i feel like i'm -- i feel like i'm tringing apple -- at a party. if you serve a twist off don't people look at you like -- >> no! >> stays better with the twist off, right, rick? >> joe, you got to get past that. >> i do? >> yeah, you do. >> you're not going to make -- >> no, we don't. but actually we're coming off with a pinot gris this may which will be down from monterey and it will actually have a screw cap. so get past the cork thing. america loves the cork because it's traditional. but the screw cap is a really good closure. >> and it keeps it, like sometimes the cor
arms sales. what about criminals to get their weapons illegally? william la jeunesse is on that story live in l.a. with more now. william, good morning. >> reporter: yeah, bill. they say laws for are the law-abiding. background checks are supposed to stop what the government calls prohibitive possessers, illegal immigrants, adjudicated mentally ill and felons who face few penalties for it. maricopa county jail in phoenix, arizona. is it hard for a person with criminal record to get a gun? >> no. >> reporter: while washington debates back ground checks for law-abiding gun owners. where do criminals get their weapons. >> people usually go through other people to buy it. >> i say 95% off the street, crime guns. >> reporter: survey of 18,000 prison inmates found 40% get their guns off the street, 40% from friends and family. 4% from pawn shops. 1% from free markets and gun shows. >> got a second degree burglary charge. >> reporter: we asked inmates incarcerated primarily for robbery and burglary do guns detour crime. >> if you're trying to do something, bad or whatever, get away with them
... tdd#: 1-800-345-2550 call, click or visit to start banking with schwab bank today. tdd#: 1-800-345-2550 bill: here now some breaking news. show you a live look, department of transportation. ray lahood just starting a statement on the boeing's dreamliner jet. this is 787. this comes after a string of incidents involving the popular and futureriesic airliner. apparently what lahood is talking about a comprehensive review of the 787 line. dan springer live in seattle, that is home of the commercial headquarters for boeing. the big question after numerous incidents, four or six by my count, are these planes safe to fly, dan? record. >> reporter: according to the "seattle times", quoting a source familiar with the investigation that will be launched here, there is nothing to say this isn't imminent safety issue for customers. this is that needs to be taken out of service for precaution. this will be a sweeping review of the 787 and will include the design and manufacturing of the planes's electrical system. while this is going on the dreamliner will continue to fly. there are 4
. you know, 77% of americans saw their taxes go up this month as well, even as calls grow louder for more tax hikes. lori: live tv on your smart phone, and how they plan to be number one. liz claman live in the consumer electronics show in las vegas with the ceo of dish, joe clayton. busy hour. let's get where the markets hour on the floor of the new york stock exchange with nicole watching narcotics as we kick off -- watching the narcotics as we kick off earning season. >> the dough -- dow is to the downside, down 85 points now. boeing down 3%, caterpillar, verizon weighing on the dow jones industrials. awaiting on alcoa to be the first to report the earning season, and, affect, so many names we are watching closely, however, right now, we are certainly right near the lows of the day, and the nasdaq down after a percent like the s&p 500. i want to take a look at the retailer, sears, in particular, which we tack about the sales over the season. holiday season, which was not as bad as some of the analysts expected, and now there's a change at top, the ceo stepping down because the
five bucks." your accent needs a little work. >>> president obama's tough gun proposals call for a ban on military-assault style weapons. let's look at the type of weapons that he's talking about. miguel marquez is joining us live from a shooting range in las vegas. miguel, what do you have? >> we're at the larnlest shooting range in nevada here. we're going to look at an m-16. this is a real m-16. carlos, if you would just set that up for us, i'm going to put some eye protection and ear protection on while he does that. thank you, sir. so if you look at this m-16, wolf, right now it's in the safe position. when you move it to the number one position, that's the semiautomatic position. and that means as i pull the trigger, each time i pull that trigger, a round goes off. when i turn it to the number three position here, that's fully automatic. when i pull the trigger, the gun doesn't stop until i stop pulling that trigger. that's the big difference. one thing of note here, it is an m-16 but this weapon would be, except for that feature of the fully automatic, this weapon would be legal
against the call as it comes down. and then you have something to say for it. >> before we get to pisani on the floor, let's check in with phil lebeau and talk about lahood leaving the department of transportation. what does it mean? >> i don't think it will mean a huge change in terms of the media question when it comes to the transportation department and faa which is the investigation into the boeing 787 dreamliner. ray lahood has taken a zero tolerance approach in terms of letting the dreamliner get back in the air. there was a lot of questions when they initially came out and they said, listen, this is a safe airplane. i would fly it, within a week he had to come back and say, per the guidance of the faa, we're going to ground this plane. and some people have said, listen, if he leaves the administration, does that mean there's going to be a change in tone, or a change in the investigation. i don't think so. i think the tone has already been set, that they want to be 100% sure they have figured out exactly what went wrong with the dreamliners relative to the battery and other compon
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